Jardins de Paris Saint-Germain
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... a good medium.
Like most of the last few weeks it's drizzly and genuinely ****** here too. I arrive early in the morning fortunately having slept better than my last channel crossing and all I really want is a shower. The hostel obliges even though I can't check in quite yet. Then it's off to find a Starbucks, trying to do some catch up on this blog for you folks.
It's insanely crowded ...
... The queue to the Louvre was amazing and once again we decided we would not queue that long in the sun. Looks like we will have to return in a Spring or Autumn.
The queue at the Eiffel Tower wasn't much better but we chose to walk the 709 steps to the second level. The queue for the tickets for this option was much smaller. Our plan was to buy tickets on the second level for the elevator to the top. It was also a thousand other people's plan. The ...
... Next, we traveled via bus to "La Centre du Monde" (the center of the world) restaurant for a dinner of chicken with mushroom cream sauce over rice. It was delicious! Today, we climbed 75 sets of stairs!! Then, we took the bus to the train station to catch the overnight train. The night train...well you could say it was...interesting. I was thinking we might have a little sink in our room, but no... It took us about 2ish hours to set up. Our room was about 6 feet wide, 8 ...
... are you gonna do?
Judith: We left Vancouver at 11am, three hour time change to Montreal, landing just before 7pm. Took off again at 9pm, and planned to sleep as much as possible on that leg. Another 6 hour time change, landing in Paris at 9:45am. Through passport control and customs without any issues, hit a bank machine for euros, then walked quite a ways to the train station. We knew we wanted the RER or city train into Paris, but the machines there didn't take bills ...
... Exposition but closed in 1939 as the platforms were too short - lucky for us as the building is gorgeous. First up was afternoon tea under the large clock - we thought we'd go a chocolate eclair and iced tea ...placed our order and Rebekah noticed the male waiters having a little laugh...then our order came out!! WOW - a foot long chocolate eclair...EACH!!! - delicious but needless to say we could not eat them all.
My 'must see' list here included: ...